Presell & Positioning

How To Guarantee An Increase In Value

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How do you define the word ‘value’? One definition could be ‘the regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of something, one’s judgement of what is important’ Other words that come to mind might include desirability, practicality, merit, worth and appreciation. We often consider ‘value’ in the sense of what something is worth to our…

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5 Ways To Turn Your Proposition Weaknesses Into Strengths

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Many salespeople have nightmares when trying to present solutions to their prospects because they perceive their competitors are stronger than them in certain areas, or their prices are higher and they are convinced the buyers will always go for the cheaper option. The perceived weaknesses you have will prove costly if you consider them to be reality. They will come…

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The Best Way To Keep Ahead of the Competition

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According to Charles Darwins’ Origin of Species, “It is not the most intellectual of the species that survives; it is not the strongest that survives; but the species that survives is the one that is able best to adapt and adjust to the changing environment in which it finds itself”. This probably is one of the best bits of advice to…

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How To Build The Value Of Your Service Offers

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We often hear from salespeople that one of their biggest differentials is that of giving service. We then ask the question ‘what specific services do you offer that make you different from your competition? How are your services actually adding value to your customer?’ Unfortunately, lots of the answers we get are either pretty woolly or not real differentiators. If…

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Habits Of Ineffective Salespeople, Don’t Talk About Your Products & A Quote From Jim Rohn

Episode 13 – Habits Of Ineffective Salespeople, Don’t Talk About Your Products & A Quote From Jim Rohn This podcast includes: The habits of highly ineffective salespeople Why you shouldn’t talk about your products A quote from Jim Rohn Take a look at this episode on https://www.mtdsalestraining.com/loads-bubbling-podcast

How To Build Value In A Sales Presentation

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Increase the value, or the perceived value of what you sell, and you will make more sales! You have to have ways to raise the value of your product or service. By that, I mean, when the buyer feels that the return, is greater than the investment, you will close more sales. The sale often takes place when the prospect feels…

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3 Key Drivers That Increase Value In Your Client’s Eyes

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How many times do your clients talk about you reducing your prices? What do you say when the issue of price is brought up by the prospect? In which direction do you take the conversation when price is the biggest stumbling block? For most salespeople, price is the biggest objection they have to overcome, and they do it by justifying…

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Why You SHOULDN’T Send A Brochure After You Get The Appointment

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So, you’ve got the appointment… I recommend that you send some further information to the client BEFORE you meet with them. I’m not talking about an information pack here or a brochure. Instead, I am talking about sending them something that will position yourself as an expert. Something that will get them to know you better. I usually send our…

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An Insight Into Your Buyers Mind Whilst You’re Building Up The Value

“Build the value” You’ve heard it a million times before in every sales book you read, every sales coaching session you’ve had with your manager and probably countless times from me also! So what are you actually doing to build the value and from the prospect’s point of view what’s happening in their mind whilst you are giving them all…

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Improving Your Value Proposition

As the saying goes, ‘Beauty is in the eye of the beholder’. Well, just as each person has their own individual idea of what constitutes beauty, each prospect will have their own concept of what ‘value’ means to them. There’s no ‘one-size-fits-all’ when it comes to this idea of value in the prospect’s mind. How you present value to the…

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